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    Re: surprise player

    I'm hoping it's Russell but with the crowded backfield I don't see him
    getting alot of opportunities to run the ball.

    So...

    1) I see Spaeth having a big year for a #2 TE.
    2) Woodley will be a monster
    3) I see Ryan Clark surprising alot of people coming off his
    splenectomy.
    4) I think Sweed will adapt to the pro game quickly and get
    serious PT early.

    I'm hoping Kemo, Colon and Hartwig really have a great year...not
    sure I'm willing to predict that however.

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    Re: surprise player

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob
    Ike...you know, I've got to pick a CB LOL!!!!

    He will be a surprise b/c he will, guessing here, actually catch some of those INTs which are gift wrapped for him.
    Did they get rid of the Lester Hayes stickum rule?

    Ya know, if Ike played back in the Lester Hayes era he would probably be a perennial probowler. Can't you just picture Lambert picking him up and dipping him in a vat of stickum before each game? Then during the game when Ike steps in front of the pass and it hits him between the 2 and the 4 it just sticks. No more watching the ball bounce off his chest or his hands.

    Okay, I've got to wake up.

    Ooops, I forgot to pick a player. I'm going to go way out on a limb here and pick Jeremy Bloom. Now that he has had the time to get back into football shape he is going to be a special teams demon. He will be our kick returner and a gunner on the punt team.
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    Re: surprise player

    Quote Originally Posted by ShawnMedGuy
    I'm hoping it's Russell but with the crowded backfield I don't see him
    getting alot of opportunities to run the ball.

    So...

    1) I see Spaeth having a big year for a #2 TE.
    2) Woodley will be a monster
    3) I see Ryan Clark surprising alot of people coming off his
    splenectomy.
    4) I think Sweed will adapt to the pro game quickly and get
    serious PT early.

    I'm hoping Kemo, Colon and Hartwig really have a great year...not
    sure I'm willing to predict that however.
    I would have never figured you for thinking Russell. Sheesh!
    Agree about Spaeth, and the rest though. (1-4)
    O-line I'm still having trepidations about, but I think we field a line that can win.

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    Re: surprise player

    I'll go with Mewelde Moore IF he gets enough opportunities...

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    Re: surprise player

    Quote Originally Posted by ikestops85
    Quote Originally Posted by Bob
    Ike...you know, I've got to pick a CB LOL!!!!

    He will be a surprise b/c he will, guessing here, actually catch some of those INTs which are gift wrapped for him.
    Did they get rid of the Lester Hayes stickum rule?

    Ya know, if Ike played back in the Lester Hayes era he would probably be a perennial probowler. Can't you just picture Lambert picking him up and dipping him in a vat of stickum before each game? Then during the game when Ike steps in front of the pass and it hits him between the 2 and the 4 it just sticks. No more watching the ball bounce off his chest or his hands.

    Okay, I've got to wake up.

    Ooops, I forgot to pick a player. I'm going to go way out on a limb here and pick Jeremy Bloom. Now that he has had the time to get back into football shape he is going to be a special teams demon. He will be our kick returner and a gunner on the punt team.

    I would just tell him to wear a kicker style face mask, dont try catching the ball with his hands at all, that the problem, just tell him to have the ball wedge in between his mask and helmet...see problem solved

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    Re: surprise player

    I will go WAY out on a limb and say Dallas Baker. Sure he has a mountain to climb, and from what I read about Willie Reid in camp so far, it looks even more bleak, lets just say he finds a way to stay on the roster and that constituting a "surprise".
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    Re: surprise player

    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Shiek
    I will go WAY out on a limb and say Dallas Baker. Sure he has a mountain to climb, and from what I read about Willie Reid in camp so far, it looks even more bleak, lets just say he finds a way to stay on the roster and that constituting a "surprise".
    ...See, this is what I don't get.... He has had several great camps, boosts our opinions, and then gets an injury and sits most of the year.....

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    Sepulveda!!!!







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    Re: surprise player

    I still say this guy will make a big name for himself on ST this year......



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    Re: surprise player

    I'm going to go with this guy.

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